If you've read this blog for any length of time, you know I'm not a Domestic Diva. I've got to admit though, this way of eating has inspired me to watch cooking videos. I never knew an omelet could taste so good or be so healthy.
When I'm cooking up a story, quality ingredients are a must. Strong characters seasoned with all manner of quirks and interesting personalities add flavor to the dish. I taste the concoction (read) to see if it needs a bit more variety in word choice or a new subplot.
I love it when everything comes together, and I can present a delicious omelet to my family and a satisfying story to my readers.
Writers: What "seasonings" do you like to add to your stories?
Readers: Do you have a favorite breakfast recipe? We'd enjoy hearing about it.
Oh Susan, this post made me drool :) I just LOVE omelettes, anytime!
I am still learning to spice up my non-fiction writing with personal stories. So yeah, thanks for the reminder, we need good and tasty ingredients to make a great dish.
I love eggs/omelets (though not in the morning!) Especially when there's lots of cheese. lol
Hi Marja - I'm with you on both the omelets and the non-fiction writing.
Hi Jess - I love omelets any time of day. Breakfast foods are my favorite.
I love omelets! We have a place not far from us that serves 4 egg omelets!
I try to always add a dash of real life characters, and sprinkles of love and devotion to my fiction.
Love the comparisons here- from ingredients in omelets, to qualities in characters. Great post Susan! Have a blessed week!
Susan, I love eggs, too. But my special breakfast treat is my homemade waffles. I beat four egg whites (the yellows go right into the batter) and use half orange juice and half milk. They're wonderful. I just can't have them too often!
Suddenly I am hungry...:) I like to add dialogue and description to my fiction writing. I am working on getting better at sensory details.
Hi Loree - I usually make 2-egg omelets. It's just enough for me. Real life characters, love, and devotion make for a special reading experience.
Hi Maria - Thanks, Maria. Enjoy your week as well.
Hi Dena - Ooo, they sound yummy!
Hi Karen - While writing this post, I had to restrain myself from making an omelet!
I don't cook breakfast, but I love to eat out in the morning. I love omelets. Congratulations on finding a recipe that you like.
Hi Susan.....Delish. Sounds absolutely delish.
I like to add lots of "spice" to writing and recipes. No blandness, no plain oatmeal. ha!
Take care and have a good Wednesday.
Oh, the most delicious thing for breakfast, but not frequently, is Creme Brulet French toast. I posted on it at one point. Will have to try to find when. Susan
I love omelettes, too, Susan! My favorite ingredient in them is mushrooms.
My favorite spice in writing is humor, and snappy dialog comes in second.
I love any kind of cheese for breakfast, and always fresh fruit. Occasionally I'll have a slice of bread or half a bagel. Did you know that a whole bagel is equivilent in calories to five slices of bread? YIKES!!!!
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